Jarrod van Driel
Club: Browns Bay Racquets Club and Herne Bay Ponsonby Rackets Club (AKL).
Favourite Shot: Backhand Back of Court Straight Drop Shot
Fastest 20 consecutive court sprints: 48secs
Most consecutive pushups: 15
Longest pronehold: 2mins
Longest wall squat: 2mins
Most Consecutive Figure of 8 Volleys: 315
2017 Squash New Zealand Club & School Coach of the Year.
2017 Auckland Region Superchamps E Grade Team Champions Coach.
2017 Auckland Region Superchamps F/J Grade Team Champions Coach.
2016 Squash Auckland Coach of the Year.
2016 Squash Auckland Team of the Year Coach.
2016, 2015, 2014 Squash New Zealand Club & School Coach of the Year Top 3 Finalist.
2016 National Superchamps F/J Grade Team Champions Coach.
2016 Auckland Region Superchamps F/J Grade Team Runner-Ups Coach.
2015 National Superchamps F/J Grade Team Champions Coach.
2015 Auckland Region Superchamps F/J Grade Team Champions Coach.
2013 Squash New Zealand New Coach of the Year.
2012 Squash New Zealand New Coach of the Year Top 3 Finalist.
Over 15 Squash New Zealand Coaching Qualifications.
JARROD VAN DRIEL
- Double Dot Squash Director -
- Head Coach at Browns Bay, HENDERSON & HERNE BAY, Auckland -
Jarrod is an experienced and qualified professional squash coach based in Auckland, New Zealand. He coaches predominantly at the Browns Bay Racquets Club, Henderson Squash Club, and Herne Bay Ponsonby Rackets Club. He is also a squash player and qualified Squash New Zealand Club Referee. Jarrod has coached many athletes at local, national and international tournaments. Jarrod is a well known and respected coach throughout New Zealand.
Jarrod has had many successes in coaching squash and has helped squash players to develop their skills and achieve their goals. He has coached junior squash players to be ranked in the top five in New Zealand for their age group, and many juniors to be ranked in the top 5 in Auckland. In 2017 he was the coach of the number one male and female for most points improvement for the past year the past year in both Auckland and New Zealand. Players that Jarrod has coached achieve success and improvement at a rapid rate. He also coaches multiple players who are a part of the Auckland Junior Development Squad and Regional Squads. Jarrod coaches under our approach of evolving total body movement and the mind, which has helped him to coach his athletes to achieve great improvement and success.
SQUASH NEW ZEALAND QUALIFICATIONS
Small Nix Coaching
Big Nix Coaching
Club Youth Coaching
School & Tertiary Coaching
Women in Squash
Club Graded Competitive
How to Coach
Hydration and Nutrition
Managing the Mind
Jarrod has also completed the St. Johns Level 1 First Aid Certificate.
Jarrod has coached many programmes including Junior Club Nights, Afterschool Programmes, Holiday Programmes, Holiday Performance Camps, Fitness Programmes, Womens and Girls Programmes, School Programmes, Open Days, Junior Interclub Coaching, Junior Development Squad Coaching, School Teams Coaching Programmes and many more.
Jarrod also frequently coaches for Squash Auckland and New Zealand in programmes such as Youth Development Camps, Squash Auckland In-School Micro-Court Coaching, Squash New Zealand Auckland & Northland Under 13 Talent Development Coaching, School Teams Coaching Programmes and many more. Jarrod is the squash coach for the largest high school in Australasia, Rangitoto College, and is the Squash Auckland Central Region Junior Squads Lead Coach.
2017 SQUASH NEW ZEALAND COACH OF THE YEAR
2016 SQUASH AUCKLAND
TEAM OF THE YEAR
2016, 2015 & 2014
SQUASH NEW ZEALAND
CLUB & SCHOOL COACH OF THE YEAR SHORTLISTED TOP 3 FINALIST
2015 BROWNS BAY F/J GRADE TEAM NATIONAL SUPERCHAMPS CHAMPIONS AND REGIONAL SUPERCHAMPS CHAMPIONS
2016 BROWNS BAY F/J GRADE TEAM NATIONAL SUPERCHAMPS CHAMPIONS AND REGIONAL SUPERCHAMPS RUNNER UPS
2016 SQUASH AUCKLAND COACH OF THE YEAR
2013 SQUASH NEW ZEALAND NEW COACH OF THE YEAR
2012 SQUASH NEW ZEALAND NEW COACH OF THE YEAR SHORTLISTED TOP 3 FINALIST
2017 BROWNS BAY F/J GRADE TEAM REGIONAL SUPERCHAMPS CHAMPIONS
2017 BROWNS BAY E GRADE TEAM REGIONAL SUPERCHAMPS CHAMPIONS